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“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes

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“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes

“Ramy” is entertaining, but does little to dispel Arab stereotypes The Hulu comedy series “Ramy,” now in its second season, is entertaining, but it stops short of tackling the challenges most Arabs and Muslims face in America. The series still presents Arabs as all Muslim and in the context of a religious struggle rather than…

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Racist social media posts force one of Minneapolis’ largest Arab groceries to close

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Racist social media posts force one of Minneapolis’ largest Arab groceries to close

Racist social media posts force one of Minneapolis’ largest Arab groceries to close Social posts denounced as “racist” posted years ago by the daughter of a major Minneapolis Arab Grocery store have been cited in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing to force the closure of that store. Majdi Wadi published a passioned explanation…

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George Floyd Reaffirms our Humanity

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George Floyd Reaffirms our Humanity

George Floyd Reaffirms our Humanity Racism is a universal challenge. There is no society on earth that is free from racism. While the US and other countries have made progress to be less racist, racism still exists. The death of George Floyd has resulted in avalanche of condemnation and massive protests. This reaction to Mr….

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Annual Update for Vanunu Mordechai, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower and Captive

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Annual Update for Vanunu Mordechai, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower and Captive

Israel’s nuclear whistleblower Vanunu Mordechai reported by tweet: “They renew all the restrictions for one more year, from June 2020 to June 2021, no any Freedom yet, So I will continue to post every month ‘Waiting to be free’” By Eileen Fleming Read Vanunu’s monthly tweets HERE WHY you should care: From 1976 to 1985,…

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

Covid-19 caused the cancellation of the USS Liberty’s 53rd reunion of survivors of The Six Day War. The following is published in honor of 2020’s USS Liberty Remembrance Day. By Eileen Fleming This retired nurse has lived in Florida for decades but New York is my homeland. I began paying attention to Covid19 in January. It…

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Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda

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Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda

Netflix fuels war on truth in new season of Fauda Netflix fuels war on truth in its new series “Fauda,” which purports to show the reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a distortion that waters down Israel’s oppressive brutality while exaggerating the threat from the Palestinians. The 3 season series is so disgusting I am…

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